Third Sunday in Ordinary Time 26th January, 2014
Fr. Michael Quinn 094-9254301, 087-9082342, email@example.com
Mass Times & Intentions
Sat/day 8.00 Carracastle: Martin Denis McGuinn, Botuney, 1st Anniversary
Sunday 10.00 Rooskey: Donors Intentions
Sunday 11.30 Carracastle: For the Community, the Living & the Deceased
Monday 10.00 Carracastle: Anthony McDonnell, Palmfield, wife Nora & son Patrick Tuesday 10.00 Carracastle: Donors Intentions
Wednes. 10.00 Rooskey: Donors Intentions
Thurs. 10.00 Carracastle: Donors Intentions
Friday 7.00 Rooskey: Donors Intentions
Sat/day 11.00 Carracastle: Louise Johnston, Chicago, Months Mind
Sat/day 8.00 Carracastle: Padraic Conway, Lavey
Sunday 10.00 Rooskey: Donors Intentions Sunday 11.30 Carracastle: For the Community, the Living & the Deceased
Your prayers please for Nora O'Reilly nee Grady, London and formerly of Castleduff, sister of the late Henry & John Grady, Castleduff; Oliver Cargan, husband of Mary Rogers formerly of Palmfield who died in Crawley, England; James Horkan, Glosh, 50th Anniv.; we remember all whose anniversaries occur at this time.
Feastdays: Tues. 28th St. Thomas Aquinas, priest and doctor of the Church; Fri. 31st St. John Bosco, priest; Sat. 1st St. Brigid; Sun. 2nd The Presentation of The Lord;
Ministers for next Saturday & Sunday 1st & 2nd Feb. The Presentation of The Lord
Carracastle: Saturday 8.00:
Servers: James Keaveney & Shane Doorly-Coleman
Reader: Conway Family
Holy Communion: Martin Owens
Offertory Gifts: Conway Family
Offertory Collectors: Bernie Brennan & Margaret Henry
Servers: Nathasha & Sarah-Jane Richardson
Reader: Eithne Gordon
Holy Communion: Margaret Kearney & Martin Hopkins
Offertory Gifts: Helen Vesey & Winnie Gallagher
Offertory Collectors: Teresa Quinn & Margaret Owens Rooskey: Sunday 10.00:
Reader: Beatric Connor
Servers: Niall Towey & Adam McGowan
Holy Communion: Jack Kelleher
Offertory Gifts: Celia Gallagher & Tina Beirne
Offertory Collectors: Owen Callaghan & Sean Callaghan
Afternoon of Prayer in Church of the Immaculate Conception, Curry Sun. 2nd Feb. 3–6pm. Chaplet of Divine Mercy followed by Rosary, Mass, Testimony & Sharing with Breda Laffy.
Parish Pastoral Council Meeting on Thursday 30th Jan. at 8.30 in the Parish House.
Foyer of Charity, 5 Day Silent Retreat: “If you but knew the gift of God..” in St. Mary’s Hostel, Knock Feb. 3rd - 9th. €350 Residential. Contact Helen 0861678027/Mai 0419819074
Catholic Schools Week 2014: This Sun. 26th Jan. marks the beginning of Catholic Schools Week 2014. The purpose of the week is to highlight & celebrate the important contribution that Catholic schools make to our local communities, parishes & diocese. This year's theme is Catholic Schools: Places of Faith and Learning_.The Annual Mass with Bishop Kelly will take place in the Church of Immaculate Conception, Ballymote Tues 28th Jan. at 7.30pm. All are welcome, but especially those involved in any way in our school communities, now or in the past: Parents, Teachers and other staff, Pupils, Boards of Management.
Grandparents Day at Scoil Iosa Jan. 29th @ 11am. 'Why send your child to a catholic school', published by Veritas, will be launched by Bishop Brendan Kelly. All grandparents are welcome
Praying for the Diocese 2014:The parish of Castlemore and Kilcoman, (Ballaghaderreen), is the Cathedral parish of the diocese of Achonry. There are four church areas in the parish, Ballaghaderreen, Brusna, Derrinacartha and Monasteraden. The Cathedral was consecrated and dedicated to St. Nathy and the Annunciation on the 3rd. Nov. 1861. The Church of St. John the Baptist and St. Colman in Derrinacartha was built in 1873, St. Aiden’s, Monasteraden was built in 1881 & the Sacred Heart in Brusna was opened 1950. Religious practice has been to the forefront in this community for centuries. In spite of constant harassment, priests continued to minister to the people celebrating Mass in the open air at Mass Rocks, such as the elaborate ‘Four Altars’ in Creggane, Edmonstown. There is also an altar beside St. Attracta’s well in Clogher, Monasteraden. Three counties meet in the parish, Sligo, Mayo & Roscommon.
The Irish Pilgrimage Trust Church Gate Collection will take place at both Churches next weekend 1st & 2nd February. Please support this worthy cause.
Blood Donor Clinic in St. Brigid's Hall, Tubbercurry Tuesday 28th Jan from 4.30pm to 8pm.
The AGM of Carracastle Community Childcare will take place on Wed. Feb. 5th at 8pm in the childcare facility. Your support would be greatly appreciated. New members very welcome.
An Open Evening will be held in St. Joseph's Secondary School, Charlestown on Thursday Jan. 30th 6.30pm – 9pm. All 5th & 6th class National School pupils & their parents welcome.
Used Clothing Collection on Wed. 29th Jan. 9am – 12 Midday at Carracastle & Rooskey Car parks. All types of clean & dry clothing, shoes & bed linen, curtains & towels. This clothes collection supports the Education of the children in St. Augustines Parish, Kitui, Kenya.
Indoor Fitness Walking Community Centre Jan. 27th to Feb. 24th. 7- 8pm. €25. 086 8105964
Charlestown Sarsfield Annual Function will take place on Friday the 31st January in KD's Bar. Hot and Cold Buffet served at 8.30 sharp. Late bar with music by DJ LP. Admission €15
Community Games 2014: Meeting will be held in Sports Complex Charlestown Tues Jan 28th at 7 pm to discuss the Games for 2014. Charlestown had a number of success last year All Ireland spike Ball, Connacht Handball & County Relay winners. In the past Charlestown & Carracastle amalgamated the 2 areas & affiliated under Charlestown–Carracastle. If Carracastle are not participating this year it is hoped there may be interest in amalgamating with Charlestown . If interested please come along to meeting. Contact Moira Fleming 087 2187313
Your Old Wear for New Software: Transition Year students & the Parents Association of St Nathys College, Ballaghaderreen have teamed up to organise a Clothing Collection from 3rd to 7th Feb. to raise funds to update the Language Learning Facilities in the school. Collection points in St Nathys all week. On Thurs. & Fri. 6th/7th. clothes will be collected at Duffys SuperValu. Flyers & collection bags will be distributed at Duffys SuperValu & in the College Thurs 30th & Fri 31st Jan. Clean clothing, footwear, accessories in good condition No bed linen, cushion covers, blankets, curtains, etc. please. More information www.stnathys.com
Music in Davys: Traditional music Sunday night with Joe Grady. All musicians welcome